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Did You Know That the Size of a Room Affects Airflow?

Air needs to be able to flow freely in each room of your home for both comfort and safety reasons. Having steady airflow in a room helps it feel comfortably

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How Can the Room Design in Your Home Affect Airflow?

If you’ve experienced stale, stuffy air in your home, you might blame the room design. Some interior spaces lend themselves to ample airflow even when the HVAC system isn’t running, while

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Know Which HVAC Repairs Are Too Urgent for You to Put Off

When you’re having trouble with your HVAC system, how do you know if you need repairs done right away? Certain types of HVAC issues require attention as soon as possible to

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Ductwork Maintenance and Your Home Efficiency

Ductwork Maintenance and Your Home Efficiency

You may not think about your ductwork very often because it’s hidden in the attic or behind your ceiling or walls. But what you may not know is that it’s

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How to Use Your HVAC for Bug Removal

How to Use Your HVAC for Bug Removal

It’s spring, and you know what that means: baseball season, picnic season, and bug season. That last one can be pretty irritating, especially when the bugs get into your HVAC

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Ways Furniture Can Affect Your HVAC

Ways Furniture Can Affect Your HVAC

There are numerous factors that affect how your home’s HVAC system performs. Many are key considerations for properly sizing new equipment, such as your home’s square footage, level of insulation,

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Top HVAC Airflow Problems

Top HVAC Airflow Problems

When you notice that all or parts of your home aren’t comfortable, you might have airflow problems with your HVAC system. Forced-air systems send high volumes of air through the

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How Problematic Ducts and Poor Indoor Air Quality Go Hand in Hand

How Problematic Ducts and Poor Indoor Air Quality Go Hand in Hand

The air ducts are the respiratory system of the home, conveying cooled and heated air to all the living spaces. The ducts typically don’t get the attention the A/C or

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Think Closing Off a Room to Save Energy Is a Good Idea? Think Again.

You may think that closing off a room to save energy is a good idea during the summer or winter months, especially if the room you’re isolating is one you

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HVAC Air Filters: Types and Tips To Consider For Your Spring Cleaning

With the arrival of warm weather, HVAC air filters work overtime as air conditioners kick in all over South Texas. Changing HVAC filters deserves a place on anyone’s spring cleaning

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